Altogether 19,768 tuberculosis patients within the 9 years found 8,317 sputum smear positive,cases discovered from general hospital were 3,974 and accounted for 47.8%,CDC discovered 4,343 cases and accounted for 52.2%.
The author discusses ways of constructing groups of superior specialties in large general hospitals from three perspectives, including the significance and the basic idea of the construction, and a number of relationships that need to be properly handled in the construction.
Only 5.4% of the respondents visited the local county tuberculosis dispensaries firstly at the onset of tuberculosis, while 33.3% of them initially chose to visit general hospitals and 54.8% to township clinics, village clinics or private practitioners.
To investigate the biological behavior of GIST, we collected 83 cases of gastric and 62 cases of small intestinal GIST from the Department of Pathology of the Chinese PLA General Hospital.
Outpatient Psychiatry in a Nigerian University General Hospital 1958-63
This study reviews the experiences of the first out-patient unit in a Nigerian Teaching General Hospital from the inception of the Unit to the end of a five year period, after which it acquired hospital beds and a Chair of Psychiatry.
The prevalence and significance of recent life stresses among patients presenting at the general hospital emergency unit is studied.
Psychiatric illness and attitudes to psychiatry among general hospital out-patients
Drug-induced attack of bronchial asthma in inpatients: a 20-year survey of the Comprehensive Hospital Drug Monitoring Programme
Epidemiological aspects of attacks of bronchial asthma related to drugs are prospectively studied in inpatients of three teaching hospitals in the Comprehensive Hospital Drug Monitoring (CHDM)-programme.
Incidence of lethal adverse drug reactions in the comprehensive hospital drug monitoring, a 20-year survey, 1974-1993, based on
A state-wide Comprehensive Hospital Abstract Reporting System (CHARS) was used to track psychiatric hospital utilization patterns.
The present case evaluates a comprehensive hospital stress intervention program designed to reduce losses that have been associated with stress, such as accidents and associated medical costs.
Data were collected from publications of the Central Statistical Office, which provided information on the numbers of outpatient healthcare institutions, medical practices, general hospitals, and services they provided.
In addition to the effects of introducing psychiatric care in general hospitals, factors of selection, social stress and protection are discussed to explain these findings.
A favourable attitude to psychiatry and psychiatric referral was expressed; psychiatric units in general hospitals were preferred to mental hospitals.
The World Health Organization recommended psychiatric brief inpatient programms in general hospitals for these countries as a cost-effective alternative to the traditional mental hospital.
Inpatient point-prevalence and admission rates in both mental hospitals and psychiatric wards in general hospitals in East Bohemia and in Drenthe (the Netherlands) were compared.